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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (f. 20). Demanye , Robt., I. g. 226 (92). Denain (Denay lez Valenciennes), in Hainault, I. 946. Dename . See Denholm. Denay . See Denain. Denbigh lordship of, I. g. 981 (103) II. 211 (p. 109). Denburyes , Andrew, II.

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages i - c

    and the English in the streets of Glasgow about 1300; and in their histories, Andrew Brown in 1795, and Andrew Denholm in 1804, repeat the story as a fact. It is also referred to as such by Dr. Cleland in

    Index, D, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Delz , Count Hannibal, ii. 103. Demock. See Dymock. Demon , Humph., i. g.-465 (99). Denam , in Scotland. See Denholm. Denbigh , ii. 1035 (f. 29): g. 910 (59, 61). -, Polestrete, i. g. 846 (17). Denbighshire , ii.

    Historical preface, 1645-46

    Historical preface 1645-46 1645 46 The estates sat in Edinburgh from 7th January till 8th March, 1645; 1 in Stirling from 8th till 11th July; 2 in Perth from 24th July till 7th August; 3 and in St. Andrews

    General Index, D, E, F, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Delenay , Mr., assistant on survey of the forts in Africa Denbigh , town clerk of Denham , rectory of Denholm , James, late Commissary of Lanark Denis , Peter, of St. Maries, & c., Kent, baronetcy to Denmark , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William nwioi n-od, nmerchtatt ; and titte common Jturors (a tales being prayed), viz.-.jarne9 Messen- ger, Charles Lettermat, boakseller; Bettjamin Denholm, smith- Edward P-octor, glaxie-; Charles Grosvenor, vittuehier; Wm. Yoting, jeweller; William Holdeti, Joseph Waontedge, JOInI Robins, currier. Mr. Carlile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have made fournaeso samleskna different points of the property, aOd got as Lb rejlj1,8%. 87, &atd 85 respectivecly. Mr. M'AN4DPEW. Denholm. is 118 acres insuprficies, with seven well-defined fOssura 1adm. whichhv hsf pee p a ity neelpduforlengthf al hwigmneraofeoeltqua sipety; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Charles Wellington, was yesterday again placed in the dock, charged with stealing a clock from the shop of M~r. Denholm, Day Street. It seemed that the premises were broken open, and the clock, which was stolen from the rappershop, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    died ou-tke abode of h supernatural creatures, hateful and hurtful to man. These fears, however, had no influence upon Jadtth Denholm. 7- Alone and unharmed she traversed Dartmoor atnightfallas x. safely as by day uncosalous of danger, or even of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF THE CASR . The action by D A. A, Denholm, of Manchester, against r. -Lawson Tait, of Birmingham, for an allot libeL, was concluded at the Manchester Assizes on Saturday, before Mr. Justice Collins and a special jury. The Subscribers-only content

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